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The Stone Age (Autumn)

Our first History topic of the year is the Stone Age, and we'll be exploring all sorts of things: from stone circles and mammoth hunts, all the way to cave paintings and Stone Age food!

 

The Stone Age is part of our prehistory - that is the history which exists from before writing was around. We'll be learning about where the Stone Age fits into the chronology of British History, looking at the three main eras - Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic. We're looking at over 2,500,000 years of history in the coming weeks through our topic, English, music, art, French and in some of our applied Maths lessons.

Our Stone Age Project

Your homework over the half term is to research an area of Stone Age life of your choice and then to present your findings in a fun and informative poster! To get you started, here are some links to websites that you might find useful.

 

Ancient Craft - Stone Age Living

 

Kidz Feed - Stone Age Facts for Kids

 

The School Run - The Stone Age

 

National Geographic Kids - Skara Brae

 

DK Find Out - Stone Age Food

 

Remember, we don't control these websites so if you see anything that worries you, tell an adult straight away.

Stone Age Food

On Monday 1 October, we learnt about the different foods that Stone Age people used to eat. We learnt that there weren't any Stone Age Tesco's or Stone Age KFCs back in those times so instead people had to hunt or gather their foods. We learnt that they used to hunt animals like fish, deer and mammoths in groups, while they used to have to gather other foods like berries, nuts and seeds. 

 

We travelled back in time and tried some samples of foods that Stone Age people would have eaten, including:

  • watercress;
  • blackberries;
  • raspberries;
  • honey;
  • sunflower seeds;
  • cranberries; and
  • goats' milk.

 

While we liked some of the foods (like the honey!) we weren't as keen on the goats' milk and decided that Stone Age people could keep it!

 

Here are some photos of us 'enjoying' Stone Age food.

 

(P.S we also learnt that Miss. Savage is rubbish at taking photos!) 

Stone Age Links

You might want to check out some of these links to help you find out more about the Stone Age - there's loads of information! Remember: these are web sites we don't control, so be sensible. If you ever see something that worries you make sure to tell an adult.

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